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TRAGIC BATTLE STORY. Wounded Soldier Who Wants To Go Back.

TRAGIC BATTLE STORY. Wounded Soldier Who Wants To Go Back.

' I was in a train coming from to (Then a soldier of the Regiment, just *charged from hospital at —' m clibed into our compartment. (I hops that will please the censor.) " May I get in here?" said the soldier? "They - have turned me out of the other carriage because I wanted to
20 September 1914 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
IN THEIR OWN BLOOD Japanese Petition to Sweep German Mines.

IN THEIR OWN BLOOD Japanese Petition to Sweep German Mines.

The crew of one of the Japaneae despatchboats engaged in sweeping German mines at Kiao-chau applied to be engaged in this dangerous operation by writing a petition in their own blood. Japanese military forces have landed at Lung.kow. They have taken a town. A Japanese destroyer
20 September 1914 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
"PULVERISE PRUSSIAN MILITARISM.'

"PULVERISE PRUSSIAN MILITARISM.'

The German Emparor has urged his soldiers to exterminate the "treacherous English" and walk Ganeral French's contomptibia little Army." Chatham will know how to answer this. Kent, to arms? No peace till Prussian militarism is pulverised and truculllooo abashed. Mr. Churchill's m
20 September 1914 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
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20 September 1914 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
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20 September 1914 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 

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BIVBER. 110 N doe ie.,

BIVBER. 110 N doe ie.,

BIV BER. 110 N doe ie., 1. Ciaphan
20 September 1914 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
FULHAM'S CASUALTY LIST.

FULHAM'S CASUALTY LIST.

Four Fulham were hurt In bourse of Ile with Derby Cmunty at cottage qs. and the local wftb • h t MM. ',ban Leo •. consigurer," In he Orel the inside right, onlilded a Derby full•teck. and at rine tam It was thought that two ribs broken. Happily not lb, ease. but suffering great
20 September 1914 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
MONEY MARKET EASIER.

MONEY MARKET EASIER.

Government Borrows on Remarkably Favourable Terms. From Our City tditor. 9, UlbilUi'L.ATZ, LON:JUN, L.C.. Sat urday. Members of the Stock Exchange are now anxiously awaiting some official announcement as to the steps that are being taken towards the reopening of the Rouse. Befor
20 September 1914 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
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of bust mar flu which lie it,. ,ter part of a .nn lime, 'over be dcvel, sunbelt , . A full .on of just how th:e triumph a! • irm, find bratihy tu.su be creates' nt will, and Just It. netion is exerted only upon the bust, neck, or arms, but sever spin abdomen, hips, or other part
20 September 1914 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
Beauty .Secrets. Roomiest by a London Chemist.

Beauty .Secrets. Roomiest by a London Chemist.

Acquiring the guri. Au expert opinion ea subject shows that most hair trouble soy be traced to the use of the hosted waving troo, which buns and Aries la up the hair in on alarming mauler. Yew people • aware that the hair may be made beautifully soft and wavy simply by the occas
20 September 1914 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England